How Virtual Reality Can Change the World of Marketing

May 15, 2017

The Virtual Reality has already rung the bells and given the signals on being the next-big-thing in the technology world. We can acknowledge the fact that VR is a big deal in the near future. This article reveals a research that said that global search interest in VR grew 4x over the last year alone.

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FreeCast Inc is a content discovery and management engine operating the world's largest freely available Video On-Demand (VOD) & Pay-per-view (PPV) library online. The FreeCast Network is delivered in the form of a state-of-the-art eMedia guide on all devices through a variety of products including Rabbit TV, the consumer offering, and SelectTV, a co-branded service for bandwidth distributors and device manufacturers.FreeCast products, in partnership with Telebrands, have sold over 2 million units since launch, with dedicated shelf space at major retail chains nationwide, including Walmart, Target, Sears, Bed Bath Beyond, Office Depot, Walgreens, CVS, Fry's, Rite-Aid, and many others.

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Applications of Virtual Reality in Healthcare

Article | June 21, 2021

Our healthcare system has never been pit against an enemy such as Covid 19, forcing us to look for innovative solutions that make global healthcare more flexible and future-ready for such disruptions. Global Healthcare is turning to Virtual Reality, which certainly makes for a lucrative prospect for the future. It is helping in better preparing our healthcare systems for pandemics and global health crises, such as the one we face now. And while other industries are jumping on the VR wagon, hospitals, medical institutions, and healthcare tech companies are adapting to VR space equally well.

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Music and podcasts are competing for the same time

Article | May 28, 2021

The pandemic changed media consumption.Consumers acquired an extra 12% of entertainment timeand though everything was up, some categories grew much faster than others. One of the biggest gainers was spoken word audio, with podcasts and audiobooks seeing dramatic rises and while music hours grew too, the increase was below 12%, which means that music lost share. In the current entertainment environment of plenty this may be an academic concern, but when life returns to some form of normality (commutes, going out, gyms etc.) some or all of that extra 12% of entertainment time will go, which means that growing by less than the market average could translate into decline.

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Stride Is Mirror’s Edge VR In Everything But Name

Article | April 27, 2020

Ever since the Oculus Rift was first introduced, people have wanted a Mirror’s Edge VR game. Years later, Stride looks to deliver where EA hasn’t. The first footage for Stride, which debuted over the weekend, promises essentially a VR doppelganger of DICE’s beloved series. Players hop between rooftops using parkour, avoiding enemy gunfire and taking opponents down as they go. But while the game sounds similar to Mirror’s Edge, it looks practically identical; bleached-white buildings are peppered with vibrantly-highlighted objects you can use for progression.

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VR Headsets of the Future Might Be Made With Mirrors?

Article | June 4, 2020

Do you get headaches or feel nauseous while using VR headsets? About 20% of people do. Even if VR headsets don’t cause you physical discomfort, you might feel that your virtual worlds seem flat..That’s because they are flat. VR headsets using close-to-eye displays rely on lenses. While a lot of cool technology goes into them, they really work a lot like television or computer screens. Advancements like eye-tracking and autofocus try to fix these problems. But, they’ll never work. At least not according to Doug Magyari. Magyari and Immy, his company based in Troy, Michigan, believe that they have the solution: VR headsets that don’t use lenses.

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FreeCast Inc

FreeCast Inc is a content discovery and management engine operating the world's largest freely available Video On-Demand (VOD) & Pay-per-view (PPV) library online. The FreeCast Network is delivered in the form of a state-of-the-art eMedia guide on all devices through a variety of products including Rabbit TV, the consumer offering, and SelectTV, a co-branded service for bandwidth distributors and device manufacturers.FreeCast products, in partnership with Telebrands, have sold over 2 million units since launch, with dedicated shelf space at major retail chains nationwide, including Walmart, Target, Sears, Bed Bath Beyond, Office Depot, Walgreens, CVS, Fry's, Rite-Aid, and many others.

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